This one belongs to Nanjing Liuhe, not Anhui Tianchang. The mine has a history of thousands of years since the Western Zhou Dynasty. It shows the style of the mining area for decades. Parking and admission are free. Because the price of steel has fallen for so many years, production has been discontinued. 700 meters from the Yeshan Museum, there is a small mine train halfway, which has been dilapidated. It makes you feel the vicissitudes of history and you can take pictures. Those living quarters along the way, the kittens on the leisurely roadside, may be the place where generations of mines have struggled. Maybe their next generation has already been far away from here, but it can be imagined that the street is crowded with people and commuting to get off work riding bicycles. The lively scene in the short shuttle train. There are not many people in the whole Yeshan street now. The people I saw were either old people, or migrant workers from other places, or a few tourists sparsely. It was quiet and comfortable. After walking along the scenic spot for a while, I felt that the overall marketing method, There is also a way to visit that needs to be changed, I believe it will be better. The red years and the history of struggle pay tribute to the once hard working mine workers.
Still a characteristic attraction, parking lot is free, it is an early mine in China, centuries of history, no compulsory consumption, people are not particularly large, suitable for weekends to play, with children science popular science popular, it is best to bring something to eat. The key scenic spot outside the town on a street is very characteristic, is the scene of television, very 60s and 70s.
Good choice for a weekend eva, the only thing you need to pay for is the slow train, it is quiet and less people
Fast ticketing and good customer service.
It's ok to take the children.